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Re^3: Perl/Tk: For Beginners

by davies (Prior)
on Jul 02, 2011 at 18:49 UTC ( #912486=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Perl/Tk: For Beginners
in thread Perl/Tk: For Beginners

It certainly appears in PPM on MY machine. At the risk of stating the obvious, have you got the case right?

F:\>ppm install Tk Downloading Tk-804.029...done Unpacking Tk-804.029...done Generating HTML for Tk-804.029...done Updating files in site area...done 822 files installed F:\>perl -V Summary of my perl5 (revision 5 version 12 subversion 2) configuration +: Platform: osname=MSWin32, osvers=5.00, archname=MSWin32-x86-multi-thread <snip>

Regards,

John Davies

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Re^4: Perl/Tk: For Beginners
by perl.j (Pilgrim) on Jul 02, 2011 at 19:31 UTC

    Thanks Davies. As I said before I am new at this and I didn't realize you could download modules from PPM in the command prompt. I have been using the 'Perl Package Manager' shortcut on my PC. Thank You for the information. I sound kind of stupid right about now LOL.

    Thank Everybody for the information. I hope to use it in the future.

      Actually, I had no problem finding it in PPM's GUI. I used the command line interface to answer your question because it's possible to transcribe the session into a post and it's not possible to put a screen shot into a post. But that's the advantage of a well-worded question - it can get you answers to questions you didn't realise you might want to ask. So when you write ...

      I sound kind of stupid right about now

      ... you don't sound it from here. You provided the information the hive mind needed to help you.

      Regards,

      John Davies

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